40 hours/week, 84,979.00/year Advise management on the requirements, timelines, and events associated with Table of Distribution and Allowances (TDA).
Structuring, preparing and conducting the weekly HQDA G-4 briefing for the Director of Supply & Policy and immediate staff.
Performing short/mid-range analysis for development of logistics support goals, objectives, and reporting processes.
Represent HQDA G-4 in work group meetings to research, analyze, and make recommendations on proposed changes resulting from this group.
Assist HQDA G-44(S) Major End Item Division Chief for divestiture processes and participate in meetings with Assistant Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics, and Technology (ASA ALT), Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), HQDA G3/5/7, and Army Material Command (AMC) and conduct research and analysis to develop new or changes to current policy.
Serve as a G-4 Action Officer for HQDA G-44(S) Major End Item Division in monthly Equipment Review & Validation Board (ERVB) Council of Colonel (CoC) and General Officer Steering Committee (GOSC) to validate Line Item Numbers (LIN) request for authorizations to units and organizations Table Distribution and Allowances (TDA) using various automated tools, and received approval from the ERVB CoC for 1286 LINs, totaling $151,978,542.38 Assist with the planning strategy to retrograde Major End Items out of from Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) Surge Recovery.
Assist with policy staffing at the Headquarters Department of the Army level and HQDA G- 4, G-3/5/7 and Army Material Command (AMC) with updates of Army Publications.
Provide input to update Army Standard Army Management Information System (STAMIS) policy development for Global Combat Support System-Army (GCSS-Army).
Serve as a G-4 Action Officer by taking charge of multiple HQDA G-44(S) special high level taskers, each involving loans and lease of Army assets for major events.
Thus, the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Acquisitions, Logistics and Technology) approved multiple actions which allowed the organizations which includes Program Managers (PM) from the Program Executive Offices (PEO) to complete their required military operations.
Contribute to the financial success of Directorates and Divisions of the G-4, G-3/5/7, and G-8 support team by researching, analyzing, and coordinating areas of proposed savings.
Assist Combined Arms Support Command (CASCOM) Supply and Maintenance Assessment and Review Team (SMART) with guidance and recommendation in efforts to improve their program.
Thus, the Combined Arms Support Command (CASCOM) Supply and Maintenance Assessment and Review Team (SMART) could become more educated on the Army's new suggestion program referred to as the Army Ideas for Innovation (AI2) program replaces the Army Suggestion Program (ASP) that was suspended in PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (CONT.) 2013.
Serve as a G-4 Action Officer to assist HQ Army Materiel Command (AMC) and their subordinate commands TACOM Life Cycle Management Command and Communications-Electronics Command (CECOM) by processing multiple Army Material Category (MATCAT) and Appropriation and Budget Activity (ABA) code request.
Thus, the requisitioner could see if funds are required to requisition the item, and see what type funds are required to procure the item locally.
Knowledge of administrative regulations, operating procedures, and management principles.
Independently plan and conduct complicated comprehensive analytical studies of organizations or significant segments of several major management functions to improve organizational structure and staffing levels.
Skill in managing a variety of program operations.
08/2011 to 10/2012
40 hours/week, $79,979.00/year Served as a Manager of Operations at a Regional Support Center (RSC) exercising responsibility and technical accountability over the work operations at assigned OCONUS RSC sites that provided support to Counter Radio Controlled Improvised Explosive Device Electronic Warfare (CREW) systems throughout Southwest Asia Theater of Operations.
Qualified new FSRs prior to working individually; assigned and evaluated work for compliance to assigned RSC personnel; developed and implemented training programs; and conducted quality control and assurance to ensure students are retaining information provided.
AOR to ensure CREW systems were sustained and logistically supported to meet operational requirements; coordinated all CREW related logistical and life support requirements for 3-10 Field Support Sites (FSS) supporting a Forward Operating Base (FOB) and AFSB; implemented and supporting FSR and CREW Operator training, which included but, was not limited, to Spectrum Analyzers, CREW Tough book Laptop Developed expertise in the logistics support, customer service, and other duties in support of CREW related logistical and life support requirements, is responsible for planning and carrying out the work, resolving most of the conflicts that arise, integrating and coordinating the work of others, as necessary, and interpreting policy in terms of established objectives.
Provided G-3/5 representation and functional support on various strategic work groups that are involved with developing and executing strategic planning and reengineering functions that are multi-disciplined and cross Command boundaries.
Participated fully with the G-3/5 Strategy and Concepts Division Chiefs and other senior analysts in managing major actions within AMC and other major actions to include special analyses of command- wide scope.
Attended conferences, meetings, briefings with higher headquarters, Federal, State and local officials for reviewing, discussing and resolving problems in joint participation in mobilizations/contingency missions; other planning areas related to logistical support; general support; and developing or revising plans accordingly for approval.
Worked closely with organizations and installations to provide program oversight of new or changing Material Maintenance, Transportation, Supply & Services logistics, budget, procurement and demilitarization.
Maintained personal contact with functional and program/process development representatives at AMRDEC, AMCOM, PEO PMs, other Services, Depots, and AMC-wide to obtain and disseminate Army Integrated Logistics Support Program information and provided and justify recommendations.
Oversaw logistics personnel and systems as well as the Property Accountability and Reconciliation Team; directed daily staff operations, team activities, resources, scheduling, and work assignments.
Led supplier and customer negotiations to improve supply chain.
Coordinated purchasing, warehouse operations, forecasting, distribution forecasting, customer service, and PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (CONT.) planning.
Determined financial impact of proposed changes.
Senior Logistic Associate/System Management Analysis01/2008 to 08/2011Computer Science Corporation Apr
Afghanistan & Iraq, South West Asia, 80 hours/week, $90,000.00/year Worked as the Senior Logistics Associate of the CECOM Regional Support Center (RSC) to plan, coordinate, manage, and execute a range of readiness activities, which included communications, electronics equipment and system programs logistically supported through the Electronics Sustainment Support Center (ESSC).
Represented CECOM in the joint efforts to establish and implement the ESSC/RSC strategy of one face to the field; supported worldwide efforts to consolidate Federal, DOD and Contractor C4ISR and other electronics service providers into a single customer oriented ESSC/RSC.
Serves as an Inventory Management Specialist (Demand Planner) utilizing Category II automated data processing systems, i.e.
EBS, DSS, D035K, NDMS.
Provides a point of connection between the demand planning process and the customer, Order Fulfillment, and Customer Relationship Management activities.
Analyzed Resource Management (RM) processes, developed the strategy to integrate RM processes with information management systems, and implemented the approved strategic plan.
Improved the commercial-off-the-shelf system (COTS) by serving as the technical advisor on the design, development and maintenance of the system.
Coordinated all phases of Hazardous, Toxic, and Radioactive Waste (HTRW) projects including investigations, design, remedial actions, and site operation; provided environmental design and construction services including preparation of plans and specifications for in-situ and ex-situ remedial activities; ensured projects followed the requirement of Environmental Protection Agency Superfund sites, DOD or other federal agencies.
Served as a transportation coordinator specialist; planned, directed, coordinated, managed and reviewed all actions concerned with providing Transportation and Distribution logistical support for the Army.
Planned, established and developed overall logistics criteria and ensure allocation of prescribed resources; perform overall planning for the organization by analyzing program objectives and developing current and long-range plans for accomplishment of assigned functions.
Served as a contract officer representative (COR); provide technical support to contracting in scope development, estimating, negotiations and contract management; ensured all work performed is within the scope of the contract and that all SOW requirements are fulfilled.
Functioned as the deployed LOGSA focal point at the assigned AFSB for logistics systems operational coordination.
Logistics Management Specialist01/2012GS Tobyhanna Army DepotTobyhanna, PA
Army TACOM Life Cycle Management Command (LCMC) Directorate of Fleet Management Integration, Oct 2012 - Present, Warren, MI, 40 hours/week, $84,979.00/year Research, analyze, interpret and implement policies and guidelines relative to the Department of Defense Activity Address Codes (DODAAC), Routing Identifier Codes (RIC), Project Codes (PROJ CD), Derivative Unit Identification Codes (DUICs) and Logistics Modernization Program (LMP) plant codes.
Closely coordinates with AMC and DA counterparts to validate DODAAC/RIC/PROJ CD/DUICs/LMP Plant Codes and related requirements.
Assist with the transition to Global Combat Support System-Army (GCSS-Army), the Army's new tactical Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) replacing legacy Logistics Information Systems (LIS) such as Standard Army Retail Supply System (SARSS), Standard Army Maintenance System-Enhanced (SAMS-E) and Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE).
Provide, receive, and analyze Supplier Collaboration intelligence on DLA Direct and Customer Direct items to maximize efficiencies in meeting demands, as well as providing intelligence for use in management of supplier relationships.
Develop and coordinate requirements, cost estimates, plans and specifications for buildings, utilities and other facilities needed to produce, store, maintain, modify or service the program/project system, equipment or component.
Proficient in Logistics Modernization Program (LMP); coordinate and develop war reserve requirements, redistribute assets and procurements to satisfy deficiencies, and develop data for Centers participation in the contingency and mobilization plan in accordance with Army Materiel Command (AMC) logistics policy and procedures for contingency planning.
Performs life cycle logistics support IAW Army Regulation, manages, monitors, evaluates and coordinates the execution of life cycle Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) for major complex, systems that encompass new and emerging technologies or complicated fielding requirements.
Analyzes logistic documentation and defines logistic support resource requirements.
Performs comprehensive analyses across spectrum of all ILS elements across equipment life cycle.
Responsible for data management training, coordination, and facilitating business area meetings with all deployed Lifecycle Management Commands and AMC.
Responsible for enhancing logistics readiness/mobilization and support effectiveness.
Resolves complex logistics problems affecting numerous activities and units covering several geographical areas.
Responsible for the identifying and resolving logistic problems for equipment requirements.
Provides technical assistance to customers on supply systems, programs & processes the organization is responsible for by reviewing and conducting training for customers involved in the worldwide logistical support for DoD, civil agencies and foreign governments.
Facilitate Total Package Fielding (TPF) IPT's with TACOM LCMC Program Executive Office PEO) and Program Managers (PM) TPF subject matter experts (SME) to identify gaps regarding TPF processes.
Obtained information from LAISO concerning Change Decision Documents (CDD) that were previously submitted and provided to TACOM TPF IPT members for feedback.
Developed a spreadsheet known as the PM to compare standardized TPF steps to steps used by more than 25 PMs.
This assisted CASCOM GCSS- Army and LMP developers to establish new TPF process to mitigate gaps.
Manage the update of the SAMSE FSR support task order (TO51) on the CECOM service contact which provides the TACOM LCMC with technical support for logistical automation systems.
Reviewed the Rough Order Magnitude (ROM) for seven FSRs (6 CONUS/1 OCONUS) and extended the period of performance (PoP) for FY14; submitted funding requirements to support FSR efforts in TORTS for future budget planning.
Thus, existing and future SAMSE customers were supported with logistical and technical SAMSE subject matter expertise and field level maintenance teams could capture and report total cost of ownership maintenance data to LOGSA and DA.
Assist PD Test, Measurement, and Diagnostic Equipment (TMDE) and PEO AMMO with the establishment of GFEBS (General Fund Enterprise Business System) DoDAACs for fuel purchases, which helped eliminate financial billing errors and centralized their bulk fuel purchases tied to one DoDAAC per Army policy.
Assign DEMIL codes to items listed in United States Munitions List (USML).
Determine between DEMIL code Q and DEMIL Code A items by using the Commerce Control List (CCL).
Determine proper disposition requirements for USML and CCL items.
Act as the primary retail supply team contact for issues regarding PM Material Fielding amp; training (MFT) formally known as PM ABCT, APO MRAP MAXXPRO, PM MTV, PM HTV, PM AMS, PM CROWS, PM ASV, FLRC, and OCIE/ CMO programs.
Participate in integrated process team meetings to resolve APO MAXXPRO and SOSEI PM Current, PM AMS, PM Equipment Hazard formally PdM IEDD and PM Bridging business process decisions impacting SAMSE operations with CLS providers.
Support Army Contracting Center with the scheduling Retail Supply 101, 102 and their TTP, ACC which provided clear and precise procedures for requesting Vendor DoDAACs, RICs, and Plant Codes.
In addition, it would help reduce errors within their organization regarding submittals.
Assist with a team project to help PM Stryker, TACOM G8, HQ AMC and LOGSA on establishing new SAMSE DODAAC to achieved AWCF credit for $3M worth of repair part items requisitioned throughout LMP from 2011 to present day.
Collaborate with colleagues and Headquarters AMC G-4 (AMCLG-LMA) regarding OP Code 9 project code validations.
This effort help provides critical information to PEOs to discontinue the use of RIC BRX account which is an invisible RIC that is not visible to headquarters DA.
Conduct deliberate planning sessions and facilitate training on Material Master Data, Standard Army Maintenance System Enhanced (SAMSE), Standard Army Retail Supply System SARSS), Logistics Modernization Program (LMP), and The Global Combat Support System (GCSS- A).
Coordinate with customers and LCMC enterprise partners including ASA (ALT) PEOs and Program Managers as necessary who include APO MRAP, PM Stryker, PM ACBT, PM JLTV, PM AMS, and etc.
with retail/wholesale life-cycle acquisition support.
Completed the deployment of a Standard Army Maintenance and Supply Enhanced (SAMSE) unit to the System of Systems Engineering & Integration Directorate located at Ft Bliss, TX.
System deployment allowed the program to stop utilizing its government purchase card for offline requisitioning and now the program can track demands and expenditures through standardized Army logistics automation systems.
Assist LOGSA with the creation of a new Army Enterprise Systems Integration Program AESIP) method for the creation of vendor DODAAC master data records for use by the Global Combat Support System (GCSS-A).
The new workflow process will link up the creation of a vendor DODAAC with a contracting center and ensure financial accountability with the use of a cost center now associated with each vendor DODAAC.
Created two new matrix support agreements for the retail supply team with JPO Robotics and APM MRAP.
The agreements provided retail supply support for JPO Robotics PBUSE reconciliation with the draw-down of non-standard equipment and provided the MRAP MATV and MAXXPRO programs with retail supply support for their RESET and field level repair and total package fielding initiatives.
Maintain continuity of retail supply operations using the CECOM Field Support Directorate SAMSE task order.
Continuity of Task Order 51 maintains a six-member team of contract field support representatives who provide operational support to more than twenty field level maintenance and supply operations utilizing SAMSE for the TACOM LCMC.
By partnering with CECOM our TACOM LCMC avoided all contracting expenses and risks while achieving the maximum flexibility to adjust manpower needs to fit field level missions.
Maintain continuity of retail operations for TACOM SAMSE units supported by Supply Support Activities (SSA) during Wave 1 conversion to GCSS-A.
Answered inquiries from Army Sustainment Command teams to convert DODAACs with applicable financial and POC information and ensured that zero back-orders were lost in conversion that potentially could lead to the loss of OMA obligated funds.
40 hours/week, $30,000.00/year Non-Commissioned Officer (NCO) who supervised four soldiers and managed the turn-in section at the Supply Support Activity (SSA); maintained established procedures, priorities, schedules and task functional elements to accomplish specific program actions consistent with approved requirements.
Reduced the SSA program cost by processing over 20,000 lines of serviceable and unserviceable Class II, III, IV, VIII, and IX item, which included C4ISR items such as electronics, terminal weapon sites, small arms, munitions, transportation vehicles, food service, medical and dental, facility maintenance, personnel housing, inventory control, major end items, Class IX repair parts, logistics automation and all classes of supply.
Responsible for equipment redistribution, property accountability, contingency planning and operations in Garrison and Combat; maintained 100 percent accountability of all inventory items.
Served as the program liaison and interacted with FORSCOM, AMC and CECOM to develop units' plans or manage integrated logistics activities to support the Brigade Combat Team.
Utilized the Standard Army Maintenance System Enhance (SAMS-E) to prepared maintenance management performance reports; processed receipts and ordered supplies through Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE); tracked Medical Supplies through the Theater Army Medical Maintenance Information System (TAMMIS).
Bachelor of Arts: Transportation and Logistics ManagementAmerican Public UniversityTransportation and Logistics Management
Master of Science: Performance ImprovementGrantham UniversityPerformance Improvement
Citizen of the United States, 10-Point Veteran, Secret Clearance
Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) and Department of Defense (DoD) and Department of Army (DA) contract rules and regulations necessary to develop Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) contract requirements within the context of depot maintenance. Knowledge of DoD Defense Property Accountability System (DPAS) to account for fielded and non-fielded property. Knowledge on Integrated Logistics Analysis Program (ILAP) 026 report, SARSS Document History, the Single Stock Fund RON/DON process, and the data sources for each. Advanced Microsoft programs skills (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access) Knowledge of Logistics Portal (LOGPORT), DAAS Inquiry (DAASINQ), DLA Transaction Services, DLA Distribution, Distribution Standard System (DSS) Inquiry, Knowledgeable in DLA Disposition Services, WebFLIS, Asset Visibility, Web Virtual Logistics Information Processing System (WebVLIPS), DSS MRO Shipping Tracking System, DRMS INQ, and DOD EMALL. Expert knowledge of Counter Radio Explosive Electronic Warfare (CREW) systems and of Tobyhanna Army Depot (TYAD) maintenance operations.
Citizen of the United States, 10-Point Veteran, Secret Clearance
AWARDS/RECOGNITIONS Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal (GWOTEM) Global War on Terrorism Service Medal (GWOTSM) Iraq Campaign Medal with Star Combat Action Badge (CAB) National Defense Service Medal